10 Ways To Keep Your Skin Young And Ever-Glowing With Organic Beauty Products

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Written By Dianne Duran / Reviewed By Ray Spotts

Don’t you wish for smooth, healthy, glowing, and age-defying skin? Everyone wants to have great skin, but very few take the best care, and pay due attention to it. Taking care of your body’s largest organ isn’t easy, but it is, undoubtedly, of utmost importance because healthy skin is a mirror of a healthy body. While you may be spending tons of cash on beauty products, your skin won’t be showing any improvement; nonetheless, it’s even aging because you’ve been doing it all wrong!

Yes, you read it right. You may claim that you have been using high-end natural beauty products for your skin, but are they natural? Your natural beauty products, just like many others, may contain ingredients derived from nature. These ingredients are so highly processed that they’re far from what we can call “natural” and can even be potentially harmful for your skin.

What should you be doing then? Should you home-cook your beauty products? Whoa, relax! We’ve got your back; all you need to do is switch over to organic beauty products from your so-called natural ones. Organic products are less processed and contain ingredients that have been harvested using organic farming. Organic beauty products consist of components derived from plants and flowers farmed without synthetic and chemical compounds; the result is a healthy, glowing, young-looking skin free from irritation and allergies. However, you will still require an excellent skin-healthcare routine along with using organic beauty products.

So, here are the do’s and don’ts while using organic beauty products:

Drink plenty of water

Staying hydrated is the key! Drink at least two to two-and-a-half liters of water daily to keep your complexion healthy and to flush all the toxins out of your body. The water keeps all your vital organs healthy and hydrated, including your skin. Reach out and gulp some water right now!

Don’t smoke and drink

The blood carries all the nutrients and oxygen to your skin and other organs. Smoking and liquor consumption reduce blood flow to your skin, leaving it malnourished. Smoking also breaks down the protein present in the skin called collagen, which results in reduced elasticity of the skin. So, party hard, but don’t be so hard on your skin.

Sleep on a clean pillow

To avoid skin from picking bacteria, dirt, hair and dead skin residue, you can flip your pillow regularly and wash it now and then. The foreign articles resting on your skin may cause irritation and allergies to your skin.

Don’t touch your face often

Do not touch your skin too much since your fingers may not be clean throughout the day. Touching your face very often may irritate your sensitive skin and worsen acne.


Exfoliation removes the dead skin layers from your skin, and should be a part of your regular skin care regime. You should exfoliate your skin at least once or twice a week to keep it in an immaculate condition.

Don’t wear makeup to bed

Your skin has tiny pores, and it breathes through these pores. Wearing makeup to bed can clog these pores, which results in causing blemishes and blackheads on your skin.

Eat and drink healthy

They say, “You are what you eat,” and it is therefore essential to take extra care of your diet and keep a note of what you should or shouldn’t be eating. Include fruits, veggies, and plenty of protein and vitamin-filled food to help your skin maintain its smoothness and elasticity. Avoid junk and oily food to avoid pimples and acne.

Don’t skip sleep

A seven to eight-hour sleep is mandatory to keep your body and skin healthy. Just like your body, your skin also needs rest, and sleep deficiency may hamper your skin’s capability to repair itself and lead to dark circles and acne on your face.


Either hit the gym for a workout or go out for a jog, but do exercise regularly because working out not only burns the stubborn calories but also makes you sweat out all the toxins from your skin and body.

Don’t hot shower

As shocking and saddening as it may sound to you, your skin is not fond of hot water showers. Hot water showers burn the natural oils, proteins, and moisture present in your skin and cause dryness and inflammation. It is therefore recommended to take a bath with lukewarm water.

Final Verdict

Your skin needs special attention and care, just like any other organ of your body. Use organic beauty products and follow a healthy lifestyle to keep your skin glowing and shining!

Looking for 100% chemical-free, all-natural nourishing face and body oils? Check out Earth & Elm Nourishing Face Oil and Earth & Elm Nourishing Body Oil. Subscribe to our Trusted Health Club newsletter for more information about natural living tips, natural health, oral health and skincare. If you are looking for more health resources check out the Trusted Health Resources list. 

Reviewed By:

Founder Ray Spotts has a passion for all things natural and has made a life study of nature as it relates to health and well-being. Ray became a forerunner bringing products to market that are extraordinarily effective and free from potentially harmful chemicals and additives. For this reason Ray formed Trusted Health Products, a company you can trust for clean, effective, and healthy products. Ray is an organic gardener, likes fishing, hiking, and teaching and mentoring people to start new businesses. You can get his book for free, “How To Succeed In Business Based On God’s Word,” at www.rayspotts.com.

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